Intel Core Ultra “Meteor Lake” lineup leaks out, Core Ultra 9 185H with 16 cores and 5.1GHz clock

Published: Sep 6th 2023, 12:05 GMT   Comments

Intel Core Ultra Meteor Lake series leak out

Following the initial appearance of the Ultra 7 155H CPU on Geekbench today, additional entries for various models have surfaced. Moreover, insiders have stepped forward to bridge the information gap, offering an early glimpse into the Meteor Lake mobile series.

Today, the Core Ultra 7 155H CPU made its debut on Geekbench. Notably, this CPU features a more compact naming convention compared to the engineering samples observed earlier this year. The new nomenclature appears to adopt a three-digit format for the first generation of the Core Ultra series: 1XXH, with ‘H’ designating the mainstream mobile series, likely utilizing a 45W TDP.

According to information from 金猪升级, Intel is poised to introduce two additional Ultra models: the Ultra 7 165H and Ultra 9 185H. The latter is reported to boast a 5.1 GHz clock boost, while the 165H variant is expected to reach a maximum frequency of 5.0 GHz. This represents an increase of 300MHz and 200MHz, respectively, compared to the 155H model. As things stand right now, all known Core Ultra 7 and Core Ultra 9 models are to feature 16 cores (6 P-Cores + 8 E-Cores).

In addition to the previously mentioned models, Intel is gearing up to introduce its first Ultra 5 variant, designated as the 125H. Prior leaks have indicated the absence of Ultra 3 models, implying that the 125H could potentially be the lowest-performing SKU within the Meteor Lake-H lineup.

According to this, Core 5 Ultra 125H would feature 4 P-Cores and 10 E-Cores, two of smaller cores would be located in the SoC die if earlier leaks are to be believed.

These four new SKUs are likely not the full list of Core 100 series, as we may now refer to them. Intel is also said to employ Raptor Lake Refresh SKUs under the same series; however, those parts will be lacking “Ultra” moniker.

Intel Meteor Lake-H Mobile Series
VideoCardzCores/ThreadsP-CoresE-CoresSoC E-CoresBoost Clocks
Core Ultra 9 185H
5.1 GHz
Core Ultra 7 165H
5.0 GHz
Core Ultra 7 155H
4.8 GHz
Core Ultra 5 125H
4.5 GHz

Source: Bilbili, Geekbench

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